New Amatuer Hobby

Discussion in 'The Great Outdoors' started by stesh, Jan 21, 2014.

  1. Hey guys, recently I have taken to taken snaps of whatever nice sky happens upon my neighborhood and wanted to see what you guys thought. I'm not working with a crazy setup just an Iphone but if anybody is familiar with cameras, I have a decent nikon that I'd love to get in working order.And With 4-8 inches of snow projected for tomorrow hopefully I can get some nice pics. Without further ado here you guys go.


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  2. I have a Nikon 16mp that does a very good job.
    I shoot 10,000 pictures or more a year for the last 10 years.
  3. Nice pics! I take a lot of outdoor pictures when I'm out hiking, mountain biking and skiing. I have gotten some good ones of black bears and moose up close and some good sunsets and mountains
  4. #4 Dankleberrys, Jan 21, 2014
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    Nice dude, some beautiful skys
    photography is a great hobby, makes your enjoy the things you do more.
    i find when i take photos, i think about where i am alot more, and generally appreciate the nature, instead of seeing a tree and the sun, i see a photo opportunity! 
    heres a snap i took in nepal, i loved how the clouds just sweep over the mountain, and how the two people in the picture give a perspective on the size.

    And another i took here in japan of a dormant volcano.

  5. #5 stesh, Jan 21, 2014
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    IMG_0799.jpg And another i took here in japan of a dormant volcano.

    Love the contrasting blue sky and faint moon in the back. I have a few similar to the mountains in nepal except they were taken on a hike in VA  :lol:

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  6. Yeah, the one i snagged from my dads office is a nikon n75. I think it still uses film cartridges so im not sure whether its worth getting in working order  :huh: .  It also has a pretty big tamron lens attachment. I'm debating going down to my ritz store but they'll probably try to get me to trash it and throw down 200 i dont have on a brand new camera
  7. I used to have the Nikon D3000 but sold it for the panasonic micro four-thirds, think I'm better off this way though. But it's ALWAYS nice to have larger equipment that you can work with to maximize your artistic talents 
  8. you have a good eye you should download an app like instagram for filters or something i find that really helps with the pics on iphone
  9. theyre unbelievable fair play

    sent from under mi sensi tree
  10. They look good, I've just got an iPhone I'm impressed with the camera

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